People in many parts of the world have been drinking green tea on a regular basis. As we learn more about the benefits of this tasty beverage and the reduced incidence of certain healthy problems in parts of the world where green tea is heavily consumed, we are becoming more and more interested in it. Because of the studies showing reduced levels of conditions like heart disease and even cancer we are now trying to find more ways to get the benefits from green tea.
Studies have shown that to achieve the benefits you need to drink more than one cup a day, in fact many studies say at least 3 cups per day is where you will start getting the desired benefits. Because some people have a difficult time drinking this much on a regular basis more people are turning to supplements or liquid green tea extract to help get concentrated doses. But now there is a question of how much is enough and how much is too much? Continue reading
Green tea has been used as a form of medicine for thousands of years in areas like China and Japan for a range of health problems from regulating blood sugar to helping heal wounds. In recent years green tea has been making headlines in many other countries with claims listing the numerous health benefits of green tea.
Green tea and green tea extract are said to have a wide range of health benefits, which is why supplements containing these extracts have become so popular. Continue reading
Statistics even show that the countries most well-known to have a rich history of drinking significant quantities of green tea every day exhibit lower instances of heart disease as well as lower instances of certain types of cancer. And that by itself is enough to encourage an interest in further studying and understanding green tea and its various components. It also triggers hope and interest for capturing these beneficial components in a green tea supplements.
Now that we’re starting to understand the many benefits of green tea, universities and scientists have been able to secure greater funding to conduct more research and as a result, more and more products in various forms are becoming readily available — products like Mega Green Tea Pills. Continue reading
Green tea may be beneficial for a lot of things, but one more thing to add to the list may be to relieve knee pain or to help prevent it in the first place. You don’t necessarily need to find a special supplement to do the job, but if you don’t like the taste of this health promoting beverage you may want to find effective green tea pills or extract to take instead.
Granted drinking a few cups of green tea every day doesn’t guarantee you won’t develop knee pain, but since inflammation is a major factor of this type of pain it can help provide preventative care. The most famous catechins in green tea that seem to help with knee pain are Continue reading
In my debut post for Mega Green Tea Pills, I’m providing a video describing the differences among several types of green teas. This particular video addresses Japanese green tea. I think this makes a nice introduction for this site, as … Continue reading